* The subfloor is 3/4" plywood. It's water damaged, and I'll be replacing it. Should I also install some sort of cement board on top of that?
* For ceramic tile, I see all sorts of shapes to manage edges and walls etc. Bullnose tiles are a good example. I see no bullnose for marble. I assume with marble that I just have to live with the sawed-off edge no matter what, right?
* With respect to my previous question, sometimes I see tile floors where the tile goes up the wall slightly. If I do that with marble, the cut edge facing upwards won't be polished. Is it possible to buy marble tiles with polished edges?
Finally, and on a lighter note, what is it with sand/tan/light brown colors? Probably 3/4s of the tiles at the homestore were some shade of light brown or sand color that I didn't find at all appealing.
Tomorrow I'm headed to a flooring store to see what they have.
Oh, I almost forgot. Can anyone recommend any good books (or websites) on working with ceramic and marble tiles?